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A2 Key Part 4 Exercise 2

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A2 Key Reading Part 4 Exercise 2

A2 Key Reading Part 4 Exercise 2 is practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 KEY Reading & Writing (KET) examination. This is about Harry a young go-kart driver.

This is a long text. You have to decide if sentences are Right, Wrong, or Doesn’t say. This part of the examination assesses your ability to read to understand the detail and main ideas of a text.

A2 Key Reading Part 4 Exercise 2

Read the article about Harry a young go-kart driver. Are questions 1-7 'Right (A) or 'Wrong' (B)?

If there is not enough information to answer 'Right' (A) or "Wrong' (B) choose 'Doesn't say' (C).

England's top go-kart driver

Harry Webb, the young English go-kart driver, is becoming more and more famous. Each time people see him on the racetrack, they can't believe he is only 12. Harry's dad sells cars, but he is also his manager. He says, 'Harry was just doing it for fun and then we entered him for some races. He won his first race when he was 10 and he hasn't lost one yet!'

Harry is very popular and his photos are in many sports magazines about motor racing. 'When I'm at school,' Harry says, 'I just want to be like a normal schoolboy.' But Harry doesn't have a normal schoolboy's life. He often has to travel around the world to different races so he doesn't have much free time at the weekend. He gets angry sometimes because he wants to go out with friends. However, one day he hopes to be a World Champion F1 driver, so he has to work hard to get there.

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Question 1 of 7

1. Harry has only been on one racetrack.

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Question 2 of 7

2. People think that Harry is older than he really is.

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3. Harry's father sells car four times a week.

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4. Harry started winning when he was 10.

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5. Harry has just had his first photo taken for a magazine.

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6. Harry has time to go out with his friends.

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7. He hopes to be a professional racing driver one day.

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